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Teenager loses teeth in fight on West Witterings beach - police appeal

Anyone with information is asked to ring 101 quoting serial 1705 of 5/7.

Anyone with information is asked to ring 101 quoting serial 1705 of 5/7.

POLICE are appealing for witnesses and information about a fight on West Witterings beach which saw one teenage victim lose some teeth.

A fight broke out between two groups of teenagers on Saturday night (July 5) around 11pm who were both having parties on the beach, police said.

The group of older teenagers, believed to be aged around 18 to 20, attacked the younger ones, aged around 14 to 16, and one victim lost some teeth after being punched in the face while another suffered cuts and bruises, police said.

A police statement said two boys have been arrested on suspicion of assault and have been bailed until August 3.

PC Stuart Bethan from the Response Investigation Team said: “This was a particular nasty attack on some of the younger teenagers, in particular we are keen to trace one girl who was seen to violently attack another girl.”

The suspect is described as white, large build, around 5 foot 6 inches to 5 foot 7 inches, between 17 and 20-years-old old.

She had crooked teeth, shoulder length straight black hair with a tint of red and she was wearing a white top with flowers and a butterflies on it with a blue denim jacket and black leggings, police said.

Anyone with information or who saw what happened is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting serial 1705 of 5/7.

 

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